|The Edmonds CC library.|
Edmonds Community College recently participated in “Snapshot: One Day in the Life of Washington’s Libraries,” a statewide project gathering statistics, stories, and photographs to illustrate the importance of libraries for Washington’s citizens.
“Students tell us our library is the best place to study and do homework," said Edmonds Community College Learning Resources Director Lauri Kram. "They appreciate the quiet areas, the computers available for everyone to use, and the assistance of our librarians. It’s an environment that supports their success.”
On Library Snapshot Day April 10, as on most days in the college’s busy library, there were students using the computer labs, asking for help at the reference desk, checking out textbooks, viewing videos, participating in information literacy classes, studying quietly, or working in study groups. The day showed the range of work that takes place at the library.
Library Snapshot Days are part of a national effort aimed at bringing attention to library services in their communities organized by the American Library Association.
On one day at the Edmonds Community College library included:
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